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2022年1月6日,汉坤律师事务所与上海原本律师事务所正式达成合并协议,原本所有合伙人、各业务部门及行政团队将于近期整体加入汉坤上海办公室。

汉坤成立于2004年,总部位于北京,在上海、深圳、海口、香港设有分所,团队规模超过800人。汉坤的法律服务包括私募股权、兼并和收购、境内外证券发行与上市、投资基金/资产管理、反垄断/竞争法、银行金融、飞机融资、外商直接投资、公司合规、私人财富管理、知识产权、商事争议解决等领域。在此基础上,汉坤上海办公室近年来业务还拓展至生物医药和大健康、互联网金融、全球资管公司在华布局等方面。

原本成立于2007年,是一家专注于商事诉讼和金融业务的上海精品所,其客户主要包括各类政府机构、中外资金融机构、国有大中型企业、上市公司等,涉及银行、信托、保险、资管、投融资、生产制造、房地产、商业连锁、外贸、媒体、广告、新能源等行业。根据其官网显示,原本共有10位合伙人。

两家律所均采用公司化管理模式。汉坤在一份新闻稿中表示:“以相同的使命、愿景和价值观为基础,原本的加入将为合并实施后的汉坤注入新的力量,推动汉坤持续拓宽上海本地专业服务的范围,并在汉坤跨业务部门、跨区域相互联动、紧密协作的模式下,更好地、全方位地满足长三角地区客户的法律服务需求。”

Han Kun and Shanghai-based boutique Young-Ben reach merger agreement

Han Kun Law Offices and Shanghai Young-Ben Law Firm have reached an agreement that all Young-Ben partners, business departments, and administrative teams will join Han Kun’s Shanghai office.

Established in 2004, Han Kun is headquartered in Beijing and has offices in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Haikou, and Hong Kong. With over 800 lawyers, Han Kun provides legal services in areas including private equity, M&A, domestic and foreign listing, investment funds and asset management, anti-trust/competition law, banking and finance, aviation finance, foreign direct investment, corporate compliance, private client wealth management, intellectual property, and dispute resolution. Han Kun’s Shanghai office has expanded into life sciences and healthcare, fintech, the global asset management, and corporate compliance in recent years.

Young-Ben is a boutique law firm established in 2007, with a focus on finance and commercial dispute resolutions. The firm targets a range of clients including governmental agencies, domestic and overseas financial institutions, state-owned enterprises, and listed companies, involving industries like banking, trust, insurance, asset management, investment and finance, manufacturing, real estate, commercial chains, international trade, media and advertising, and new energies. According to the firm’s official website, it has 10 partners.

The two firms both adopt corporatized management model. Han Kun said in a statement: “We believe Young-Ben will further strengthen Han Kun’s core competitiveness and expand the scope of Han Kun’s professional services in Shanghai.  Also, under Han Kun’s cross-department, cross-region close collaboration model, the merger will better meet the needs for legal services in the Yangtze River Delta region.”

 

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